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-old is hospitalized tonight after he was hit by a car in concord. the boy was in a crosswalk just before 1:00 this afternoon. they say he's a freshman at a high school. he's been taken to children's hospital oakland. he niece a coma and needed surgery to relief pressure on his brain. he is said to be cooperating with authorities. tonight, on the 10:00 news, why residents tell us this is a dangerous intersection. >>> two women are under areas involving a 4-year-old boy. this happened in the old navy story. a 22-year-old bay point woman took her and her 4-year-old son inside and stole several items. >>> when a guard approached her, she pulled out a if i have and got away in a waiting car drive by another woman. officers located and arrested both women this just minutes. the boy is now with relatives. >>> also in concord, police are looking for leads in a series of tire slashings. investigators say at least 60 vehicles were targeted. business is up, but if it damaged tires leaves small pinholes, which means it's like a ice pick and not a life that is used. >>> allegations of employees are
. >> a concorde team remains in critical condition after being hit by a car in a crosswalk yesterday. the school held an emotional event in his honor >> this afternoon visiting devils in green against valley charter high school. the red devils dedicated this fresh thinking to critically injured teammate joey hornsby. he play shooting guard for mont diablo. >> played with him since 3rd grade so he's my friend. i'm going to do 110% today. >> he should've been out here playing with this. we have to separate a map >> tonight at children's hospital oakland 14-year-old hornsby is in critical condition and his mother tell us us with broken legs and dramatic range injury. >> they will be able to tell me if there's any brain damage until the swelling goes down until they bring him out of this induced,. >> that could be another three d ays. as a first reported last night it happened as joey walked to basketball practice. a car hit amid the smart crosswalk at solano and grant. it was early afternoon. the driver cooperated with police who said she was neither speeding nor under the influence. all traffic
in concord. his mother released this written statement also posted on the front door. she says in part until we have proof of life we cannot celebrate these rumors and sightings. >> family and friends of garrett and jamie kneel are still waiting to hear from the couple directly. i spoke by phone with han's mother. she told me the family has received phone calls from the u.s. em intas and peruvian government. the officials say the couple have been spotted in a remote village in peru and the two are on a boat on the river and a plane is being sent to find them. a family friend told us everyone is just anxious to hear from the couple after no contact for a month. >> we're hopeful, of course. remaining kind of optimistically cautious, you know, waiting for proof of life at this point hoping the stories we've heard recently are true. >> this afternoon at the bike shop where jamie neal works, her boss told us he received word that the couple had been found in a remote area where there is no telephone or internet service, and that may explain why they stopped posting their whereabouts on social med
as part of a robbery t. happened this morning in concord. according to the web site, the truck was stolen and several phones were stolen before the robbers took off. >>> if you are heading west on the richmonday bridge this weekend caltrans says expect richmond bridge, caltrans says expect delays. they labeled it closed on westbound i-80 on the toll plaza from now until monday morning. the work will continue through march 5th. >>> shares are growing. reporting more than $300 quarter of a million dollars, linked's stock price chimed more than 20% to chose above $150 a share for the first time. and they provided a spark on wall street as they finished up. gained 48 points, it is the 6th consecutive week stocks ended higher. >>> google's executive chairman is set for a huge windfall. he plans to sell more than 3 million shares. at the prices it works out to about $2.5 billion. he would still have an investment with more than four million shares. it gives no reason for the sale. >>> we are following developing news on the east coast. a powerful blizzard is moving into the forth east right now
week's deadline. >> we are at an airport in concord where 275 aircrafts take off and land here every day. it is all of the people that work here that guide them in and out safely. >> reporter: there may be turbulence ahead for the people who rely on buchanan field for their lively hood. >> it will be a big impact if they shutdown the towers. >> reporter: and the airports in livermore, san carlos may have their control towers shutdown if a deal is not reached by the end of next week. >> we are beginning discussions with our unions to likely close more than 100 air traffic control towers at airports with fewer than 150,000 flight opraeugs per year. >> reporter: they provide fuel, parking and other services to the planes here. the president of that company says without a control tower, air traffic would go down, corporate jets make up 80% of his business. >> it is really dangerous to operate without the tower. and a lot of our business jet carriers will not land here if it is shutdown. >> i might have to face employees off. >> my concern is safety. >> reporter: a flight instructor h
identified now as a 44-year-old man from concord. timothy ruvanin crashed into the back of a boxed truck. the chp is still investigating the crash but early reports indicate he may have been driving too fast. the truck driver was not injured. >>> california regulators have lifted a seize and assist order against two of three lift cars. both were criticized by taxi services for taking away fares. a third company scicar is not included in the suit. >>> a noro virus broke out. and the deli owner says it was spread because of two workers that came to work sick. >> reporter: some of its customers are now just getting back on their feet. >> i just woke up during the night friday night. >> on saturday that's when the diarrhea set on and i could not move. >> reporter: juan carlos morales and toshia pereira got sick after a luncheon at work. at first pereira thought it was something she cooked at night. >> i went downstairs, threw away all the pasta. and decided i was going to die the next few days because i was so ill. >> reporter: but after several workers called in sick, the company called the
. about 7:30 tonight, san francisco police left the concord apartment here that belongs to anne collins, kevin collin's mother. as you see in these exclusive pictures three invest investigators from the san francisco police department isn't several hours tonight talking to kevin collin's mother, two of his sisters and a brother. we know police showed them this picture of the lead suspect dan therrien who died in 1978. they also showed them what he looked like in 1974, when witnesses say they saw kevin talking to a man with a big black dog. >> i am convinced that the investigation is going in the right direction. >> reporter: that direction led them last week to dig up the concrete floor of the garage of this house on masonic where therrien lived. two different cadaver dogs alerted at the same spot. they believe the dog fragments found may be dog not human. two witnesses who saw kevin with a man with a dog back then could not pick thierrien out of a photo line up. >> that's correct neither of them could. >> reporter: now less than two hours ago anne collins left here with her daughters
and teammate. good evening. i'm frank somerville >> and i'm julie haener. the accident happened in concord this accident at solano way and grant street. ktvu's debra villaons live now. >> reporter: the accident is raising safety questions about where it happened. >> his body was here. this is where his seat is. >> reporter: markings where a boy landed knocked from his flip-flops left in the crosswalk. >> but then i recognized him. >> reporter: this witness ran up and realized the unconscious victim hit by this car was a classmate. >> he wasn't responding. i tried to, you know, say some thoughtful worlds to him, but i don't know -- words to him, but i don't know if he heard me or not. >> reporter: friends identify him as 14-year-old joey hornsby at mount diablo high school where he's on the basketball team, players showing up for practice but in light of his injury canceled it and linked hands to pray. >> they told us he had just got pressure relieved from his brain and he's in a coma. we're just praying he makes it through and he's all right. >> we don't really understand it. it's like
area of the amazon in peru. amber lee is live in concord where their family says they need proof before they can celebrate. >> reporter: we're at the home of garrett's sister, where his mom released a statement that says, until we hear from garrett, we cannot -- >> panic set in when they didn't hear from the couple who had been posting updates of their trip regularly on social media. relatives now say they suspect the couple hadn 't been in touch because they were in the remote area. >> to tell her how much i was worried about her and how i wish they would have stayed in contact. hopefully they just didn't have reception. >> reporter: i spoke by phone with garrett's mother francine fitzgerald. she says she received phone calls from the american embassy and peruvian police. a friends says the family is just anxious hearing from the couple. >> they're holding together, they're staying strong. it's been a rough two weeks. >> reporter: in el sebrante tonight at the peddler's workshop, the boss and coworkers celebrated the news that the couple may have been found. >> we were hoping for the b
together a group to buy the team and build a stadium. >>> a camel that got loose in concord is back at a secure corral. we have video of the unusual rondo. the owner tells us the animal, caught a fence, the highway patrol got him home but three hours later he was on the run again. >> i think he found a way to compromise the fence line. >> animal services said the owners will be given a warning. >>> great white sharks are the most feared predator. now they are the ones getting protection. today they decided to move the great whites to the california threatened or endangered species list. researchers say there are fewer than 400 great whites between mexico, hawaii and alaska. >> we will sort this out, still ahead. >>> the only thing that may have talked to bill murray at this week's golf challenge was a gorgeous weather. some of today's a big kids and some of the biggest hit makers. >>> another day of sunshine with changes on the way. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure
solely on their radios to communicate with each other. in concord, allie rasmus. >>> bay area attractions such as mere weeds, fort point and alcatraz would see cuts and some employees could be furloughed for more than a month. here in the bay area, the golden gate national recreation area says its making plans for reductions but still hoping for a quick resolution. >>> wall street reversed a three day slide. the dow was up 119 points to close a fraction above 14,000. the nasdaq was up 30 points. strong earnings from several big companies drove the markets higher. one of those companies is palo alto's hewlett packard. its earnings report yesterday beat all expectations and today the stock was up 12%. chief checktive meg whitman has cut cost as the company tries to rebound. but analysts says hp still has more challenges to overcome. >>> in 90 seconds. >> we'll take you behind the scenes of chinese new year parade. and show you all the preparations that are under way tonight. >> plus -- >> i heard a woman screaming, he's got my >>> and we're live at union square where there's an awful will t
. concord a record low of 40. here's the weather system developing out here in the pacific. tomorrow partly to mostly cloudy skies. the clouds will be on the increase. this moves into the region producing rainfall. we haven't been talking about much rainfall this time of year. this is not an extreme rainfall producer. but the cold air moves in. that will drop our snow levels down to 2,500 feet possibly down to 2,000 feet. so we could have a bit of a dusting in the bay area hills. as we mentioned the clouds will start out the day for your monday. then they thicken up the cloud cover. this system tries to bring a few sprinkles. here's what happens first thing tuesday. the cold air sweeps into the region and we could have dropping snow levels down to 2,000 feet especially by tuesday afternoon and tuesday evening. bulk of the rainfall expected by mid-morning tuesday. as far as tomorrow we'll continue to cool things off mainly in the mid- to upper 50s. no more 70s. no more 50s. san jose a forecast high of 57. here's a look ahead, a five day forecast. it'll be a cool week ahead. you will see temp
:00 hour, 48 degrees in concord. mountain view 48 are and i don't know if this is good look luck, but look at downtown san francisco's temperature, 49 degrees at last check for this 10:00 hour. forecast headlines for tonight, we have partly cloudy skies. tomorrow some morning clouds, sun-cloud mix for the afternoon hours and then the extended do bring in shower chances and a dropoff in temperatures of first thing tomorrow more your sunday, temperatures will be in the 30s to mid-40s and areas of fog developing coastside and also in some of the inland valleys. livermore right now has fog reported and even san josi at the airport. be extra careful if you are heading to the coast, no high- surf advisories, but still a strong west-northwesterly swell approaching our shoreline and waves will be in the order of 10-15'. we have been watching it this system generating the cloud cover and rain showers to our south. this will be the source of a few high clouds first thing tomorrow morning in addition, to fog and some patchy coastal fog for the afternoon hours. for monday, no big changes. still a dry
, concord and the danville area. more clouds in the forecast. this system looks weak and it slides through tomorrow. back here you can barely see it system number two. it didn't show up on the screen. but there's a system number two that's going to get in here and show us showers. right now we're going to talk about tomorrow's forecast lows. temperatures will be on the cool side. it'll be foggy, dense fog areas. daytime highs tomorrow cooler than they were a few days ago. we will take the computer model and i will show you what system number two is going to do, when it's going to do it and where it's going to do. it we'll see you back here. >>> new details tonight about deadly tour bus crash. plus-- >> a north bay community is in shock after a family tragedy ends in murder. what investigators say led to a violent argument between a mother and daughter in this home. >>> a massive fire on the east coast that burned for hours. how it turned dangerous for firefighters. >>> a reminder you can >>> five firefighters are hospitalized tonight in maryland after they were hurt while fighting this fou
, contra costa had 57 violations. >>> growing pot outdoors may soon be illegal in concord but it may be illegal indoors. the city council has indicated it would support such a ban. one medical marijuana advocate said the ban was un-american. >>> a march and candlelight vigil in san francisco mark the start of national black hiv aids awareness day. the event was created back in 1999 to join african american communities across the country to encourage testing and treatment. there has been a lot of progress in the past 30 years but african americans still face tremendous health disparities and are disproportionately impacted by the disease. >>> live storm tracker 2 to track showers pushing through the area. some are a little moderate. even heavy in some places. we will take a closer look. you have some scattered showers. this stuff is kind of moderate in here. it's windshield wipers going moderate in the half way setting. down toward the morgan hill area. you have a little heavier rainfall. you see what happens here, the showers kind of move out by tomorrow morning. so these lingering s
temperatures that are going to hit 70. back with the complete bay area >>> the city of concord says it is increasing patrols. thieves stripped copper wire during the stretch, leaving it pitch black at night. the city also plans to install temporary solar lights until part replaces with the permanent lighting. >>> a california organic farmer is recalling packages of baby spinach because of possible e. coli contamination. it was sold in 36 states, including california. the brand names include simple truth organic, central market organics, and full circle. at this point, there have been no reports of illness associated with this recall. >>> the san francisco city attorney says it's getting ready to divvy up the single largest payment it has ever collected from a lawsuit. the owners of dick lee pastery paid $525,000 to settle the suit. seven employees worked six days a week, with shifts lasting 11 to 14 hours per day, yet they were only paid less than $4 an hour. >>> spring training is here for the san francisco giants. pitchers and catchers are now in scottsdale, arizona, and the rest
was recovered in pieces. new at 10:00, amber lee, leave in concord. >> reporter: frank, we're at american tow. this is where several dismantled stolen vehicles are kept, including the honda civic you see in this video. >> i was in disbelief. he was in shock. i wasn't prepared. >> completely dismantled. >> reporter: this is what's left of her honda civic after it was stolen christmas morning. >> i had the car locked. i had the alarm on, and i didn't hear anything. >> reporter: the single mom tells me, she had just been laid off from her job. christmas presents were inside the civic when it was stolen. she filed a police report, but no word until last friday. almost two months later, chp notified her her car had been found. >> at a chop shop in pittsburg. they told me it was a ring, and they had busted a couple of places. >> we want to identify these people and bring them to justice. >> reporter: investigators discovered three honda civics, including her's, and parts of a toyota suv and what turned out to be a chop shop. >> they were able to identify several components in vehicles which were de
in the mid- 60s toward concord. you can see 64. oakland 63, san jose in the lower 60s. these temperatures checking in right around 3:00 tomorrow afternoon. temperatures holding steady for tuesday, look what happens later in the week by thursday and by friday. warmest locations on friday. we're talking about lower 70s. a few changes changes for your weekend with the weekend in view. still heather and ken it will feel like spring in the next few days. >> okay, thank you mark. >> thanks, mark. >>> this week could be a turning point for the sacramento kings a private group is reportedly close to finishing a competitive bid to buy the basketball team and keep it in sacramento. major kevin johnson is asking the city council to start negotiations for a downtown sports center. sacramento has been fighting off a bid from a group of seattle investors that want to move the team there. >>> danica patrick may have gotten a lot of attention at the daytona 500 but it was another driver that stole the >>> good evening everyone. welcome to this late sunday night edition of sports wrap. a lot of news thi
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